It’s not flawless, but it’s pretty damned good. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is precision-honed blockbuster ballet that’s far more daring than you’d expect.
A ramschackle low-budget production that offers little substance to compensate, Anna’s best avoided by anyone bar genre completists.
Go in for the dumb fun and you’ll do fine, otherwise Beyond Skyline is a myriad of poor CGI and TV production values that fails to charm.
An instant cult classic is born in Better Watch Out – a gonzo Christmas caper that’s part-Funny Games, part-Home Alone, and lets Levi Miller shine.
Encouragingly bonkers, the blackly comedic Brigsby Bear combines a delirious story with a game cast for comically engaging results.
Easy enough for the non-fans to enjoy, Sachin: A Billion Dreams makes for essential viewing for the cricket fans out there.
A decently engaging doc, Europe at Sea perhaps lacks the context and time necessary in its development to really make its case.
Cloy, mawkish, nauseating, contrived. Wonder is all these things and more. But it’s so damned charming that you just can’t help but love it.
Ana Astensio’s got real screen appeal, yet despite Most Beautiful Island making for ultimately an impressive directorial debut, it’s not an outright win.